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GoPro’s new 3D camera

April 3, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Whether through footage from the miners’ rescue in Chile, a heli-skier blazing through virgin snow or a surfer gliding through a barrel of water,…

 

Anso Labs discusses OpenStack and the future of cloud computing

March 31, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Rackspace recently acquired Anso Labs, which builds the private cloud for NASA. They are also very tightly woven into the world of OpenStack, and…

 

King of the Apps Comic #6: Sam expands the team

March 30, 2011 | Graham

With a fresh round of VC funding, Sam hires three developers to help build version 2.0 of his masterpiece, Barronbook. Sam has come a…

 

Cybera: powering innovation in Canada

March 29, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Researchers and entrepreneurs are often in need of significant computing power to innovate, solve problems or answer questions. Part of Cybera’s mission is to…

 

Focus.com: experts for SMBs

March 25, 2011 | Robert Scoble

When a Fortune 500 company needs information and expertise to make a business decision, they often turn to one of the large consulting firms…

 

King of the Apps Comic #5: Winning is just the beginning…

March 24, 2011 | Graham

As we saw last week in Part IV of our story, Sam won the inaugural King of the Apps contest with Barronbook, his social…

 

Claremont Creek Ventures: investing in early stage cleantech and healthcare

March 23, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Much of the technology-related startup news today is focused on companies in the social media or Internet application spaces. Today, however, we are meeting…

 

The best operationally-run web startup: ImageShack/YFrog (plus, first look at new YFrog)

March 22, 2011 | Robert Scoble

Right before heading to SXSW I had a remarkable visit to ImageShack, the folks who make YFrog. Don’t know who they are? Well, they…

 

Convore: chat’s newest technology

March 21, 2011 | Robert Scoble

The way we communicate with one another seems to change on an almost daily basis as new technology becomes available and enters the mainstream.…